The authors describe young children's development as 'super-scientists' through close observation and discussion in the school'
Carol Sampey shares a couple of activities she has run in her school that you could do too!
Hens run wild at St Peter's Primary School in Shropshire.
<div>Food and drinks have a shelf life after which, they may not be pleasant to eat or may be dangerous to consume.
<div>In this lesson, students learn how microbes can be used to make food and drink.
<p>Cut iceberg lettuce oxidises and this causes a pink discolouration of the leaf.
<p>In this lesson students use on-line modelling software to discover how temperature affects the growth of bacteria.
Several studies have documented students' lack of interest, motivation and uptake in learning science.
Claas Wegner, Lea Minnaert and Friederike Strehlke share their project for managing the challenge of supporting young gifted learners.
Claire Seeley shares how the TASC wheel can help develop children's thinking skills in science.
How stories can stimulate science and bring it to life.
Claire Seeley shares with us a new CBeebies television programme, which encourages young children to be scientists.